- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Fully Seam Taped
- Water-Resistant Zippers
- Fully Adjustable Hood Fits Over Helmet
- Brushed-Tricot-Lined Collar
- Single-Separating Front Zipper
- Internal Front-Zip Stormflap
- Zippered Internal Pocket
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Elastic Cuffs
- Hook/Loop Cuff Closures
- Drawcord Hem
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric Ventia Dry™ 100% nylon face // 100% polyester microfleece backer
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 19.1oz / 540g (M)
- Awesome softshell (Review by Anna)
I have had this jacket for a few seasons. It has been skiing, hiking in downpours, ice climbing, and up Kilimanjaro. Through it all, it has kept me warm and dry. Overall well thought out jacket as far as details go. As far as breathe-ability, it is good, but maybe not the best on the market. It looks awesome on the mountain or in town too!
(Posted on 7/27/15)
- Mithril Jacket (Review by Athena)
Great jacket. Keeps the warmth in. Does seem to fit on the smaller size so a size up from what I would normally buy but that is ok! Fabulous jacket! I love the pink colour personally.
(Posted on 11/4/13)
- Women's Mithril Jacket (Review by By Steph / Conservation K-9s)
I got this jacket towards the tail end of training for fieldwork with Conservation K-9s. For training south of Seattle, this jacket kept me dry and the winds out. Now that we're up in northeastern Alberta, I primarily use it to keep me warm on the walk to the cafeteria. I can fit a sweatshirt underneath it and stay warm for the short commute. Since temperatures are below zero F here, I haven't tried wearing it with layers for a full day in the field, but I don't think there's enough room to fit adequate layers. I'm glad there's a thin fleece layer inside - which some softshells don't have. I'm looking forward to wearing this more when I'm back out of winter. As a side note, my blackberry Mithril performed beautifully when I wore it to "The Hobbit"!
(Posted on 1/19/13)
- Women's Mithril Jacket (Review by By Bonnie the paddling priest)
Its the perfect jacket to have on as an outer shell when I'm going up and down the snow covered dunes on the edge of Lake Michigan. I also keep it in my kit to throw on in camp after a day of paddling. My only issue is that it really seems to run small. I think next time I'd consider buying a men's small rather than a women's medium.
(Posted on 1/16/11)
- Women's Mithril Jacket (Review by By Glacier Girl)
I put off purchasing this jacket for a year due to the price. I wish I hadn't waited so long! This is my everywhere jacket! The cut is fashionable and the construction is impeccable! I love that the hood is large enough to cover my head - even when in a pony tail! It washes easily and dries quickly! The length is perfect - goes beyond my waist for more coverage. Wish you made it in more color options - like red! You won't be disappointed in this jacket! Great for all layers we wear snowshoeing and skiing!!!
(Posted on 1/5/11)
- Women's Mithril Jacket (Review by By T-Dawg)
I bought this to use as a ski/snowboard jacket, but found another one that was cuter and allowed room for more layers. (Fashion is important too, you know.)I use it to bike commute to work. It's excellent at stopping wind and shedding light rain or heavy snow. The fleece lining gives me the extra warmth I need in winter without making me sweat bullets once my core warms up after a few minutes of activity. The hood is also big enough to fit my helmet under. Suggestions for improvement would be more pockets, an offset zipper to avoid chin scratchage (I know that's not really a word), and a little more room. I'm a small gal (5'2" and slim) and the medium won't allow for more than one layer underneath. That being said, I subject this jacket to daily abuse, and it hasn't disappointed me yet.
(Posted on 12/9/10)
- Women's Mithril Jacket (Review by By ABK)
I've had this jacket for 4 years now and absolutely love it. Have convinced a few friends to purchase one and they, too, have been equally smitten with it.
(Posted on 12/9/10)